Twelve new Coronavirus positives in Rome city, six in the province and one in Latina. There are 19 new Covid19 infections reported in the Lazio region on Saturday 11 July. As the SaluteLazio page communicates, two thirds (12) are import cases, 8 with return flights from Bangladesh, two from India, one from Egypt and one last from Hungary.
To comment the data the councilor for Health of the Lazio Region Alessio D’Amato: “We record a figure of 19 cases. 2/3 of the new cases are those of import (12). Of these cases of import 8 have a link with flights returning from Bangladesh already alerted. Two other cases from India, one from Hungary and one from Egypt. The situation is under control but we must not let our guard down. The diffusion is moderate, mostly the result of import cases. Bangladesh is actively collaborating and continues its activity at the drive-ins for contact tracing. We have also opened the drive-ins of San Giovanni and Piazzale Tosti “.
The data from the ASL of 11 July 2020
In the ASL Roma 1 a positive case in the last 24 hours, it is an asymptomatic woman identified at the home swab and contact of an already known case. In the ASL Roma 2 of the 7 new cases, 6 refer to the outcome of the swabs on the Community of Bangladesh referred to the drive-in with links to international flights from Dhaka already mentioned. In the ASL Roma 3 there are four new daily cases and of these two concern people of Bangladesh nationality with a link with return flights from Bangladesh already alerted. One case concerns a 45-year-old woman of Egyptian nationality with a family link from an already known case.
In the ASL Roma 6 a case in the last 24h is about a woman returning from Budapest (Hungary), the international contact tracing procedures have been started.
Frosinone Covid Free. A case in Latina
Finally, as regards the provinces, we record six cases in the last 24 hours in the ASL of Latina. They are two men of Indian nationality and returning from India without connections between them and for whom the international contact tracing procedures have been activated. The other four cases concern a single family of Formia placed in isolation. Rieti confirms Covid Free for the fourth consecutive day, while in Frosinone there is only one case in solitary confinement. There have been zero deaths in the past 24h.
The map of contagions in Rome district by district
Coronavirus in Lazio: the data of 11 July 2020
Overall, on Saturday 11 July, there are 920 the current positive Covid19 cases in the Lazio Region. Of which 709 are in home isolation, 198 are hospitalized not in intensive care, 13 are hospitalized in intensive care. 844 died and 6530 people recovered. In total 8294 cases were examined.
Spallanzani’s bulletin of 11 July 2020
As for the daily bulletin of the Spallanzani hospital. 80 patients are hospitalized in the Epidemiological Institute in via Portuense, of which 50 are positive for the Sars-CoV-2 research buffer, 30 subjected to investigations. Four patients need intensive care. The patients discharged and transferred to home or to other territorial structures are, on the morning of Saturday 11 July, 515.
Stop ai likes to 13 Paesi
Alarm from non-European countries that led the Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza to impose, after Bangladesh, the ban on “entry and transit” for those who in the fourteen previous days have stayed or transited in one of these 13 states: Armenia, Bahrain , Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic. And precisely in Bangladesh.
For all other non-EU and non-Schengen countries, the quarantine obligation remains. The goal now is to ward off cases imported from abroad, as happened in Rome. “The global epidemic is in its most acute phase. We cannot nullify our sacrifices made in recent months,” explained Speranza.
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Article updated at 17:10 on 11 July 2020